Trump asks Tia, Teresa, and Dayana who was the weakest team member, and they all refuse to name names. Trump and Don Jr. tag team Dayana (get your mind out of the gutter!) to force her into naming someone. To her credit, Dayana doesn't back down. Trump moves to Aubrey, who gives the most diplomatic, bullshit answer possible. Adam rolls his eyes and says, "Let's just waterboard her to get something out of her! This is killing me." Don Jr. is game for that plan. Yay torture! Aubrey does reveal that her top two teammates are Lisa and Patricia. Patricia speaks up for Lisa's talent and skill. At the lovefest, the teammates joke to Lisa, "Don't cry!" Trump admits he was a little shocked that Lisa got emotional last week. She defends that she only got choked up and insists she was back on her game this task.
Trump turns to Dee, who fills him on the operation. Trump says he respects Dee for sticking it out. Dee laughs that saying yes to the surgery was a no-brainer when the doctor told him he wouldn't be able to throw up metal horns if he didn't. Everyone gives Dee a round of applause and commends him for perseverance, even trying to help under the influence of Propofol.
Moving on, George explains how the task was delegated to Trump. Paul's signs were an especially big hit -- so much so that Ivanka wants some for her shop. Trump asks Clay how George was as PM. Clay hedges that "George did a perfectly fine job." Not exactly a ringing endorsement. Trump brings up the coded conversation of discontent between Clay and Eric. Clay covers his ass by explaining that this was their most difficult task yet. Arsenio says that George's hands-off style worked for him. George spins it that he's not a micromanager. Don Jr. gets to the rub, asking if the team could have lost because of George's lax leadership style. Arsenio says it could go either way.
Now for the feedback. Don Jr. tells Forte the judges appreciated their attention to detail, frequent incorporation of the logo, their dynamic use of people in the displays, and their clear understanding of the demographic. They didn't like the fan and the shoe-hiding borders. Eric reiterates that Paul's signs were a hit, as were the twins, the use of Arsenio and Clay, and the brand messaging. On the negative side, they didn't like the colors of either set, especially the red carpet which was hard to see because of the paint and glare, they thought Arsenio's clothing wasn't as stylish as they would have liked, and considered the display a little too safe on the whole.